Dear Home Office,
I will be applying to the ILR soon but I'm confused on the following:
I hold a masters degree from Canada (taught/researched in English). The guidelines on the government's website state that I will need the original degree certificate and one of the following:
1) Certificate from UK NARIC plus an official letter from the university.
2) Official letter from university confirming the degree was taught/researched in English (Except Canada).
Does that "Except Canada" mean that the only option I have is to provide the UK NARIC certificate plus the official letter from university (listed as 1 above)?.
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Thank you for your enquiry dated 24th July about proof of English for
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